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XPath Explained (by Tobias Schlitt and Jacob Westhoff)
February 12, 2009 @ 10:28:04

Tobias Schlitt and Jacob Westhoff have written up and article (and posted it over on Tobias' blog) that wants to help you understand XPath better - whether you're a novice or have been using it for a while.

This paper will give an overview on XPath an addressing language for XML documents. XPath is a W3C recommendation currently in version 1.0. XPath was created in relation to the XSL recommendation and is intended to be used with XSLT and XPointer. Beside that, XPath can be used in a variety of programming languages, commonly in combination with a DOM API.

The article starts with an introduction to the concept of XPath, moves on to addressing, talks about XPath axes, mentions functions/operators/conditions and looks at styling XML with XPath and XSLT.

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